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Many of the smaller evergreen (3′-10′ Norwegian fir, Blue Spruce, etc.) trees are brown to mostly brown. Is the explanation similar to the one posted for the broadleaf evergreen ones? On some of the trees I do see green “new growth” sprouting at the ends, but concerned about the rest of the tree. Seems like the more established trees seemed to fair better and don’t show signs of browning.

Yes, our warm fall and that quick freeze for 3 nights played havoc with a lot of plants, particularly.  They needed extra watering right up until Christmas but that didn’t happen.  If we have another warm fall, keep the hoses available late in the season to trickle water the evergreens.

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